Date sent: 05 Jan 1999 14:39:06 Send reply to: Conference "env.justice"
From: [email protected] Subject: Please post and send to your email lists. To: Recipients of conference JOIN WITH THE COLORADO RIVER NATIVE NATIONS ALLIANCE AND THE WARD VALLEY COALITION Commemorate and Celebrate the One Year Anniversary of the Victorious 113 Day Occupation that Stopped the Desecration of Sacred Indian Land at Ward Valley. Come to Ward Valley, February 12 to 15, 1999, for a Gathering to Save Sacred Land, the Colorado River and the Endangered Desert Tortoise from a Nuclear Waste Dump. TRADITIONAL NATIVE AMERICAN CEREMONIES Friday, February 12, starting at 6:00pm to Saturday, February 13. STRATEGY MEETING, WORKSHOPS AND TOURS OF THE PROPOSED DUMP SITE Sunday, February 14 We will defend Ward Valley until we stop the dump once and for all! Ward Valley is located 22 miles west of Needles, California. Take the Water Road exit off Interstate 40. Bring tents, sleeping bag, warm clothes, eating utensils, water. No drugs, weapons or alcohol. Food and sanitation provided. Bring bulk foods to share. For more information contact Save Ward Valley (760) 326-6267, Alliance for Survival (949) 722-7574, BAN Waste Coalition (415) 752-8678, Greenaction (415) 566-3475. Volunteers needed, please call: (760) 326-6267 Sponsored by the Colorado River Native Nations Alliance and the Ward Valley Coalition.
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